Art Gallery and Exhibitions

Spring 2021

Women in The Saint John's Bible

January 19 - April 26, 2021

This exhibition features illuminations of Women from the Saint John's Bible. Although our campus gallery remains closed to the public, a virtual presentation is available here and on our mobile site.


 Opening Soon -- May 2, 2021

Molloy College's Graduating Bachelors of Fine Arts and
Bachelors of Science in Visual Arts Education

Exhibition    May 2 - 31, 2021

Collage of student artwork


Mobile content

Are you visiting us on a smartphone or tablet? Try our mobile site! For added features about our collections, interactive exhibition options, and our history tour!

Calling Molloy Students!

Do you have an exhibition idea? Let us know! Each year we work with student clubs, individuals, groups, and course projects. Our team can help bring your exhibit ideas to life.  

Proposals

Are you interested in exhibiting with us? Please fill out this Proposal Form (PDF) and send it with your portfolio to artgallery@molloy.edu. Exhibition proposals are accepted and reviewed on an ongoing basis.  

Gallery Space

1st-floor Kellenberg Hall - Our primary gallery space is currently in the north rotunda on the first floor of the administration building. Providing approximately 90 linear feet of hanging space, with adjustable track lighting. It is a highly visible area on campus. It is reserved from mid-April through June for our annual BFA/BS Senior showcase.


2nd-floor Kellenberg Hall - Centrally located across from the James E. Tobin Library, this area offers approximately 60 linear feet with a hanging rail system and track lighting. Student and club exhibitions use this space.

About the Gallery

The Molloy Art Gallery provides a venue and support for student exhibitions. The gallery program also promotes and supports Long Island artists and Long Island arts organizations and has exhibited a variety of nationally and internationally renowned artists.  Art exhibition programming and gallery space have existed in various locations on campus since the late 1960s.